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View Poll Results: How much is your tax return?
$0-500 11 33.33%
$500-1000 5 15.15%
$1000-2500 6 18.18%
$2500-3500 6 18.18%
$3500-5000 1 3.03%
$5000+ 4 12.12%
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Old 02-08-2007, 03:15 PM   #1
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You don't have to post personally what you are getting back, vote in the polls, it'* your choice if you want to post what you are getting back.
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no negative option?
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ummm only $235 form Fed... and a WAAPING $23 from state...
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I don't know yet, but I need to get it done soon. We got a gift of another exemption in November so it should be a pretty nice return. Although I hate letting the government use my money interest free, so I need change my exemptions.
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My dad is getting back $5,993.00
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My dad is getting back $5,993.00
you must be 18 still arnt you?
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Yeah I'm still 18, 19 June 2nd.
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I got it all and paid off my 3 credit cards Woo Hoo. Then I froze 2 of the cards seriously
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I don't know yet, but I need to get it done soon. We got a gift of another exemption in November so it should be a pretty nice return. Although I hate letting the government use my money interest free, so I need change my exemptions.
Exactly.. The ideal situation is to pay in at income tax time. Unfortunately, that'* not the norm for most people.

Bonneville94V688--Just imagine if your dad didn't have that return and invested the total in increments throughout 2006? The compounded interest adds up QUICK, especially with higher yield investments. At 8% interest rate, he could have made over $300 in interest by not letting the government have that interest free loan.
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last year i got back $3,800, but this year I'm only expecting between $2,500 and $3,000
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